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What is 3 Phase Energy Meter?
Three phase electricity is connected at 400 or 415 volts, by three active wires or phases and one neutral. This is mostly used in industrial and large commercial settings where powerful appliances are powered. Again, as with our single phase meters, all three phase meters that we stock are MID approved meters.
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